2022 Summer Air Quality Season is Heating Up
When an Ozone Alert! day is issued by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, everyone is urged to take voluntary action to reduce ozone-forming emissions. You can do you part by taking simple steps like:

  • Refuel your vehicle in the evening or wait until the next day.
  • Drive less- carpool, take the bus, walk, ride your bike, or work from home if possible.
  • Put off yardwork with gas-powered tools or use electric, battery, or people-powered options.

You can keep track of the area’s real-time ozone levels throughout the season on www.TulsaAirQuality.com.

Receive Ozone Alerts!
To receive Ozone Alerts! by email notification, visit https://tulsaairquality.com/sign-up-for-alerts/.
To receive text message alerts direct to your phone, send the word “Air” to 74121.


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